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FOSTER SAYS HE IS NOT SCARED. Events in Wall Street Closely Watched in Washington. Treasury Officials Exhibit Concern Over the Outflow of Gold. The Secretary, However, Maintains That There Is No Cause for Alarm. House Proceedings and Oth er Washington Notes. By the Associated Press. Washington, Dec. 19.-The treasury department was kept fully and prompt ly advised of the progress of the stock market in New York today, and Secre tary Foster was iv conference with his assistants several times upon the situa tion. After the department closed, Assistant Secretaries Gear, Spaulding and Lambert son gathered in the secre tary's room and discussed the eveutß of tbe day. The secretary said, in answer to a question bised on the report print ed in New York that he was much ex cited over the matter and intended to go to New York to consult New York bankers: "I am not going to New York to confer with bankers or anyone else about the financial situation. The idea had not previously occurred to me." "As to the old iv the treasusy," con tinued the secretary, "we are all right. Last month the exports from this coun try amounted to $7,000,000, but the treasury lost $500,000 only. The re serve limit is fixed at $100,000,000 and I have $24,000,000 it.ore than that. The resources of the country are greater and more valid than most people know, and the money paid by the treasury for go.d can be used for replacing the amount sold. Money is needed west and south to buy grain, provisions and cotton, and if I can save a man $600 or $600 on $1,000-, 000, he does not stop at giving me gold in New York for the currency laid down for him whenever he wants it. If they get us down in this matter, "it will he only after a long fight and a hard one. If it were not for the scare that seems inevitable in connec tion with the shipments of gold abroad, it would not bo euch a bed thing after all. The balance of trade in our favor is at the rata of $20,000 a month, and the gold will certainly find its way back here. Last month we shipped more provisions abroad than ever before, and I believe the showing for December will be as good. We have nearly $600,000,000 of gold in the United States. If $200, --000,000 was to go out it wouid result in a reduction o ! our public debt to_ that extent, with the accompanying saving ol interest, on that amount. I am not at all uneasy regarding the situation." Then the secretary and Mr. Gear fell to exchanging observations on the pros perous condition of the country shown in the purely agricultural portions, not ably lowa, Governor Geat's own state. With these consoling reflections fresh in their minds, the secretary and his assistants separated, the former reiter ating his statement that he intended to manage tbe affairs of the department as its active head until his term, expired, and had no doubt of his ability to main tain at its present figure the gold re serve in the treaeury. HOLIDAYS APPROACHING. Empty Seats Is the Result In the Lower Uoa.B of Congress. Washington, Dec. 19.—1n tho house today it was manifest tbat the Christ mas holidays are rapidly approaching. Unoccupied seats far outnumbered those occupied. There came up from last Ses sion the bill for tho relief of William L. Winans, the inventor of the Epicdle shaped ship. There was quite a bit of opposition manifested and the motion to pass the hill was lost. Wilson (Dem.) of Missouri called up the senate bill increasing tho pension of pensioners of the Mexican war from $8 to $12 a month. Pa3sed. Culberson (Dem.) of Texas moved to suspend the rulee and pass tbe bill lim iting the jurisdiction of the circuit and district courts oi the United States. The bill prohibits suits in the United States courts by or against corporations, except to courts of local domicile, of corpora tions iv casta where jurisdiction de pends upon tlu citizenship of the par ties. Agreed to. The house adjourned. AN IMPORTANT CASE. The Supremo Court Dismisses a Hjrbor Lino Appeal. Wasiiingtoh, Dec. 19.—The important case ot Henry L. Yesler, plaintiff in er ror, vs. the Board of Harbor Lines com missioners of the state of Washington, involving harbor rights of great value along the water front of Seattle, was to day dismissed by the United Statea su preme court for want of jurisdiction. Yesler is the owner of wharf property at Seattle and sought by a writ of pro hibition to restrain the Btate board of harbor licea comruiasionsrs from changing the harbor lines, it be ing th« purpose of the commis sion to so locate the harbor lines that they would include within them Yetler's property. Yeßler claims that this action would amount to his deprivation of property without due process of law, contrary to the constitu tion. The court bolow decided against him, holding that as against the Btate a littoral owner, simply as such owner, can assert no valuable rights below ttie line of ordinary high tide. The supreme court dismissed Yesler's appeal nhiefly on the ground that the affidavit pre sented waa so defective aa not fairly to raise a federal question. Chief Justice Fuller announced the decision. A CHANGE OF FRONT. American Naval Officers aud Men Cor dially Treated In Valparaiso. Nkw York, Deo. 19.—The Herald's correspondent at Valparaiso telegraphs that Admiral Gherardi called Saturday on the intendente. The naval officials have received the officeis of the Ameri can fleet most cordially and have shown them every attention. The admiral de cided not to give his men shore liberty, although the intendente has assured Consul Bane that every possible pre caution has been taken to make the Btay of '.he men safe and pleasant. It is said that in view of the price of coal and the unsettled condition of af faire on tho western coa&t of South America, the United States government has decided to retain at least two ships What Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has donu lor others for nearly two generations it will do lor you. If you will try it once you will be con vinced th- t it is the best family medicine, and you will never bo without it. on the Pacific, instead of leaving the Pacific coast unprotected. The British government has increased her Pacific fleet by three modern vessels. THE LAW AND THE RAILROADS. Interstate Commerce Commissioners File Their Annual Report. Washington, Dec. 19.—The annual report of tbe interstate commerce com mission says: "Experience has estab lished the importance of the interstate law and intensified its necessity, and the very respects in which the law has faikd to meet public expectation dem onstrates the utility of government su pervision. It is not too much to cay that judicial interpretation has limited the meaning of the law snd ascribed to it au intent not contemplated when it was passed. But the effect of these .decisions has been greatly exagger ated." The work of the commission is set forth at length, including the interest ing statement tbat there are now on file with the commission 86,000 tariff sched ules, also review hearings and investiga tions and cases disposed of. The report says the character of the proceedings before the commission indicates that the main cases of complaints arise from dis crimination aud preference in rates and facilities, and not from rates unreason able in themselves. Under the head of proceedings in courts, the late opinion of Justice Brewer in the court of appeals, deciding a long and short haul case, is discussed, and the dictum of the opinion that the total joint rate of two loads is over an independent line, from lines formed by either road, and not to be considered in determining the local rate of either road, and therefore may be even less than tbe inteimediate or local rate, is shown to be without foundation. To protect intermediate localities and in terests from the disastrous effects of this judicial interpretation, congress is asked to take euch immediate action as will give legislative construction to the word "line" in the statute. Several amendments recommended by the commission for the purpose of strengthening tho law are discussed, especially those growing out of the late decision of the supreme court and Judge Gresham's decision that congress cannot constitutionally require the fed eral courts to use their processes to com pel the production of testimony before a non-judicial tribunal. Regarding the proposed amendment, by which pooling will be permitted, the report says: "The attempt to secure the public from discrimination, extor tion, favoritism, etc., is the very es sence and purpose of the law, and it will be vain to protect carriers from compet itive attacks upon each other, if the gen eral public cannot be protected from the greater evils above mentioned." BERING SEA SECRETS. Very Smooth Work Done by a Canadian Police Commissioner. Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 19. —Major Sher wood, commissioner of the Dominion po lice, has returned from the Pacific coast after an absence of two months. He has been collecting evidence in con firmation of the position of Canada in the Bering sea controversy. For three weeks Major Sherwood was among the Indians of the Queen Charlotte islands, from whom, it is said, officers of the United States navy obtained evidence favorable to tbe American case by the exercise of unfair means of pereuason. It is said important evidence bearing upon this phage of the difficulty was there obtained by the commissioner. A month ago Sherwood left Victoria for San Francisco; there he prosecuted his mission with such seer6sy that not until the day following hiß departure was any intimation of his business made public. San Francisco is headquarters of the United States eeaiiug fleet, and in the furtherance of his inquiries within the precincts of the Golden Gate, Sher wood obtained, it is eaid, a number of affidavits from Ameiican sealing cap tains corroborating Canada's contention. Fauna, At the drag store, a valuable package, worth its weight in gold. My hair has stopped falling and all dandruff has dis appeared since I found skookum root hair grower. Ask your druggist about it. A Distribution of Work. Washington, Dec. 19. —The probabil ities are that the Cramps will not build both the'lowa and the Brooklyn, new men-of-war. No formal decision haß yet been reached in the matter, but it is understood that the secretary Tjf the navy would like to see a wider distribu tion of the work, and ia thinking seri ously of awarding one o! the ships to the Union iron works of San Francisco, the next highest bidder. A MAD POET rushed into a newspaper office recently, aud threatened to "clean out" the es tablishment, because they printed his verses wrong. Said he: "I wrote, 'To dwell forever in a grot of peace,' and you idiots put it 'a pot of grease.'" The mortified editor presented him with a vial of Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets, a year's subscription and an apology. Tho "little "Pellets" positively cure sick and nervous headache, biliousness, costive.ness, and all derangements of the stomach, bowels aud liver. It's a large contract, but the smallest things in the world do the business — Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets. They're tho small est, but the most effective. They go to work in the right way. They cleanse and renovate the liver, stomach and bowels thoroughly—but they do it mildly and gently. You feel the good they do—but you don't feel them do ing it. They're the cheapest pill you can buy, because they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You only pay for the good you get. That's the peculiar plan all Dr. Pierces medicines are sold on, through druggists. AND AUKISTS. DR. M. 8. JON 158, OOUIIBT AND jASbkv ■airLt, northeast corner Fir-tand IBBG? Bpring streets. 10-17 3m 'ijg^-* LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1892. CON ST I PAT lON. Afflicts half tho American people yet there Is only one preparation of Sarsaparilla that acts on tho bowels and reaches this important trouble, and that is Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. It re lieves it in 24 hours, and an occasional dose pro vents return. Wo refer, by permission, to C. E. Elkington, 125 Locust Avcuuo, San Frauclsco; J. BE. Brown, Tetaluma, Cal.; H. & Winn, Geary Court, aF., and hundreds of others who have used it iv constipation. Ono letter Is a sample of hundreds. Elkinaton, writes: " 1 have been for years subject to bilious headaches aud consti pation. Have been so bad for a year back have had to take a physic every other night or else I would have a headache. One bottle of J. V. 8., put mo in splendid shape. It positively controls constipation." M'Q Vegetable V Sarsaparilla As J. V. 8. Is positively the only Sarsaparilla comjiounded to control constipation, insist on ■Toy's and dot the talked Into taking any other. SPECIAL NOTICE. ALEOFRED (GRADU.ITK OF LAVAL . and McGill), mining engineer. Head of fice, Quebec; branch office, Montreal, Oauada. FOR SALE - TWENTY THOUSAND IM preved soft shell walnut trees from 1 to 4 years old, all in line condition; also a fine selection of deciduous stock ol choice va rieties for drying, tanning and shipping. All stock guaranteed. Trees as represented. I have also a fine stock of ptossed figs put up in neat 1 and 2 pound drums. All the above are now be ing offered for sale. Correspondence solicited. JAMES STEWART, Downey, C*l. Box 62. 11-29 tf ; AGENTS— GUM TISSUE MENDS CLOTHING better than needle aud thread; silks, woo l ens, gloves, umbrellas. One yard, 10c; 12 yards mail, E. STAYNER <fc CO., Providence, R. I. 12-15 12t HUNTER'S TEXAS TAMALE3 CAN BE OB tained at tbe following places: Spring aad Second, First and spring, junction Temple and Spring, front of Ueroianla saloon, Main Btreet. Our sigus indicate our address, 618 Bellevue avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators. Buy the genuine article at the above locations. We are the originators of the genuine Texas Umales in Los Angeles. 12-14 6m YPL WRITERS FOR SALE OK RENT; terms easy; Paper, Carbon, Ribbons, etc LONG LEV & WAGNER, First and Spring. 11-24 lm ' AF. HLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE • 112 Center Place. 9-8 tf NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATES Comtany will strictly enforce tho following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between b and 8 o'clock a.m. aad 6 and 8 o clock p.m. For a violation of the abovo regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of f 2 will be charged before water will be turned on again. 8-17 tt WANTED —HELP, PETTY, HUMMKL 4 CO., SUCCESSORS TO Petty & Hummel and Martin & Co., 20 West Second street, and 131 and 135 West First street, where ail people wanting any kind of situations or help can be promptly and satis factorily supplied. The laigest agency west of the Mississippi river Miscellaneous depart ment at 207 West Second street. Tel. 40 Hotel work. 131-135 West First St. Tel. 509. First ciass house he Id department in each office. ■ \ IT ANTED—MAN AND WIFE FOR RANCH, VV woman to cook; man must understand f-uit culture and general ranch work. Address, stating salary expected, references, etc.. GEO. A. SMART, Casa Grande, Aria. 20-7t YI T ANTED—AGENTS FOR NEW SANITAUT VV article used In every home and omi c; ex cludve territory; big profits. COLUMBIA CHEM. CO., 120>4 Clybourue aye., Chicago, 111. 11-'.9-tues & sat-4t A*TED—A JAPANESE BOY WHO C.iN cook aud do housework. Address A. B. C, box 20, this office. 20 2t WANTED— CANVASSERS TO SOLICIT sub scriptions in the city. Apply to CHAND LER 6 HAi.L, city circulators, this office Premiums offered. 20 2t \\7 ANTaD —ALL NEEDING HELP SfREE— V V Employment or any information, r.ddress E. NITTINUEK'S BUREAU, established 1880. Office, SI9V4 South Bpring sweet: residence, 451 Soulh Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Ango les, Cal. Telephone 113. 8 16 tf WANTED—SITUATIONS. end wife, man as coachman or gardener, wife for general housework; city references. Apply at 416 South Main St., room 25. 20-7t \\T ANTED—WORK; PRUNER, ORCHARD, V» Ist, garden, r, grafter, etc.; general man handle hor.es, milk, witn references MR. BYRNE, 325 S. Main. 12-18 2t \\J ANTED — SITUATIONS BY CHINESE VV cooks, laborers, orange pickers and pack ers. Bee GEO, LEM & CO., 333 Apablasast.; Tel. 824. 12-9 lm NT^JIir^ART^JSVATIITJEDj^^ Y*TANTED—YOUNG MAN DESIRES ROOM V» and board in a private family, with home comforts i where there are no other boarders preferred;; will be peimanent if arrangements are satisfactory; references exchanged; location mv tbe central, and late reasonable. Address W. L. P., pos office box 565. city. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. est place at BURNS'. 256 South Maiu st. 1-27 tf POR RENT—HOUSKB. lAOR RENT-COTTAGE, HOPE, NEAR 1 Twelfth. WM. 8. DeVAN, 211 W. First. 12 17 4t iTiOR RENT.—HOUoES ALL OVER THE CllY 1 C. A, Sumner & Co., 107 S. Broadway. 4 12 POR RENT—ROOMS. FOR BENT-TOURISTS AND OTHERS seeking first-class furnished rooms, en suite or single, would .do well to call at 5i2 Temple btreet; terms reatouaole; location eea tral. 1213 7t [808 ItKNT—FINE SUNNY ROOMS. FUR- Jj nlshed. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso and Lob Angeles Etreets 6-3 tf LOST AND POUND. LOST- -SUNDAY EVENING, P.tlß OfTToLD spectacles, on Second street opposite police Htatlou; fiuder will be suitably rewarded hy re turning to GEORuE T. HANLEY, 818 Upper Mainsueet. It OST—CARPET LAYER'S SACK OF TOOLS botweoH tbe schoolhouse on Tw*nty-third street and Allen's furniture store. Pleas-o re turn to W. S. ALLEN, 332 South Spring st. It LpOUND—WEDNESDAY LAST, ON mTiN A. street near Fourth, a young colt about six months oi age. The owuer can hays the same by proving property and payiag expenses. WILLIAM TAYLOR, 831 San Julian Bt. 18 5t CAME TO THE PLACE OF JOHN LIEBOLD, near Cahuenga Pass, December loth, one buck-kin-colored hois:-, a few white haiis in forehead; weight between 800 and 900 pounds; about 9 years of age. owner can have same uy paving expenses. 12 18 3t CIAME TO MY PLACE IN VERN.jN—ONB I buckskin liorse aud one gray mare colt. Owner can havo samo by proving property, pay ng charges and taking the anlma a away. Address, A.M. NELMB.Vemon P. (). 11-27 1 m FOR EXCHANGE. IrtOß EXCHANGE-SIIOO.OLO and $20 COO first mortg-go bonds'or good Los Anvelei prop-rty. I OINDEXTHK & list, 127 WestScco::d stieet. 12-2oim 1" _ Tiolt EXCHANGE—A FINE NEW UPRIGHT ' piano for a good lot not too far out. FISH ER & BOY r D 11AN0 CO., corner Spring and Fr:nkiin. 1014 tf AND KIWIHUEKB. I>AltldiXN DYE WORKS: 274^6UT11 MAIN J. B.reet, Beet dyeing in the city. l-j3li "Vf" J KOPOLITAN BTBAM DYE WORKS, 211 iv 1 rf.nklln street. Fine dyeing and cl"aii -1-1311 HdmiTATHIO PHYSICIANS. SH. BUYNTON. M. • thlldren. Offlco and residence, 836 8. Olive ft. Office hours, 10 to 12 a, m.:2t04 p m. Telephone 874. lo yti SOCIETY NOTICES. SiGHTB^)F~pYTim lodges of the Order of Knights of Pythias In this city hold regular conventions as below. All resident and visiting Knights oerdlally welcomed. SAM HON NO. 148—700 Downey aye. (E. Los An geles), Monday evening, C. V. Bradford, O. C. AT PYTHIAN CASTLE, 118K 8. BPKING BT. OAUKTLET NO. 129-Monday evening, H. L. Hopkins. C. C. TRIC JLOR NO. 96—Tuesday evening, George B. Shaffer, O. C. LA FRATKRNITK—Wednesday evcnnlg, I. Anzlonnette, 0. C. 01. YE NO. at!, Thursday evening, T. O. B. Bogalsky, C C. MARATHON NO. 182*-Fridsy evening, H. 8. Slaughter, C. C. BUkEAU OF RELIEF—Every second and foaith Wednetday. • First and ner.ond December 16th. 22 bargains in real estate. oouthkrn pacific forfaited lands. information which may be abso lutely RELIbD on Qiven to r>ro pective LOCATORS on GOVERNMENT LANDS Inctudea in forfeited S. P. land grant. SCOTT A WHITAKER, Los Angeles Theater building, 1216 tf 229 South Hpriug street Ir>Oß BALE-*iOO-5 NICK L-'THON LACt } st.; price $.SOO each Terms 1525 cash, bal ance monthly payments. These lots lam ot tering at « great sacrifice. M. P. SNYDER, 139 s. Broadway. 12-18 3t SALE—HOUSEB FOR SALE, MON rHLY 1 payments. ALLIBON BARLOW, 227 West second st. 11-12 tf 1/OR SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK V on Second st.: 2 stores and 13 rooms; easy terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block. 11-3-tf FOR SALE—COUNTRY PROPERTY^ ARGAIN TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE; choice land, 116 acres; w.tole or In parcels lo suit; soil adapted lor lemons, Walnuts, olives, prunes; all kinds of declduouß fruits, corn, beans, etc.; in about 15 feci from surface. Must be sold, Before purchasiug else where, for full particulars, call at JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, executor, 208 West First street. 12-iS li I/OR SALE—RKDLAND-i ORANGE GROVKB, JF large and small; Income properties; fruit on trees; beautiful homes; easy terms. COL STc-N, 209 south Broadway. 12-15 tf STIOB SALE—GOOD LANDS WITH MOUN JT tain water, near tho c ty, cheap; from $30 to $.100 per acre, for sale by MoKuON & i,U„ 231 vi est First st , aud AUSTIN 6 CO , 136 8. Bioadway. 12 0 lit ITtOR SALE—TWO ACRKB, WITH HARD -1 finished house of four rooms and kiti hen; windmill and tank-houte; barn for five horses; all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city limits. Apply £0 116 East First street, up stairs 1122 11 FOR SALE— MIBCKLLANKOUS. FOR BALE, CHEAP—FINE YoUNG MARE, new farm wagon and light double work harness. Call at 208 East Twelfth street. It SALE—THE WHOLE OF FURNITURE, ' including piano, steel range, carpets, bed ding, etc,, etc., of an eight-room house in cen ter of business portion of city; rent of house very low; a great bargain for cash, inquire at 303 South Spring Btreet. No second-hand dealers need apply. 12-1571 1,-itJR BALE—A BEAUTIFUL CABINET JF Grand upright piano, practically new, for 5.J3U; cost $500. Call at once. FISHER & BOYD.PIANG CO., Spring and Franklin. 12-9 tf UOK BAI.E—ON THE HAMMEL A DENKkR l? ranch, work and driving J.orses, milch cows and heifers, farming implements, etc. Inquire in office, No. 17 Requeue street, or on the ranch, eight mi es west of town. 11-6 lm 1/OR SALE-OLD PApKRS IN QUANTI * ties to suit, at this office. BUSINESS CHANCES. 1 mess. Inquire at O. K. STABLES, 248 ;outh Main street. 12-14 7t USINEsS CHANCES—WE PAY CASH FOR second-hand upright and square pianos. FISHER & BOYD PIANO CO., corner rpi Ing an t Franklia. 10-14 If TEACHERS' CLASB Pr SPARING FOR county examination. Positions for govern esses snd teachers. 120K B. Spring. 12*25 tf OS ANGaLES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL, (Incorporated) 144 South Main St. Largest and best equipped business training school on the coast. Thorough and practical courses In the commercial, shorthand, type writing, telegraphy, assaying, aud all English branches. Large, able, and mature laculty of instructors. J ay a d evening sessions. Terms reasonable. Call at college offlco, or write for elegant catalogue. E. R. sHRADER, President; F. W. KELSEY,Vice-President; I. N. INSKbEP, secretary. 8-16 91 tf QCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (INCOR- O pointed), 137 South Main street (Chamber of Commerce). Commodious new studios, 1... E. GARDEN-MACLEOD, principal. ASTBURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING and Business Institute. Take elevator by People'B store, Phillips block. Send for cata logue. 10-12 12m MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, TEACHER OF Piano, Voice CuitHre, Guitar and Banjo. ARDMOUR, Broadway and sixth st. 9-24-1 f LOB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC and Art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, precideut, 648 South Olive street. 8-14 ly AWILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL 81UDIO, • room 37, California Bank B'ld'g. 8-13 ly DENTISTS. DR. DiFFENBACHKR, 119J4 B. " iVSprlng street, rooms 4 and f. •» Teeth extracted and filled with- out pain. 7-21 ly j 1882—Established—1882. DR. L. W. VI ELI.B, COR. OF SPRING AND First streets, Wilson block; take elevator. Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth extracted without pain. Room 1. mt tf R. URMY, DENTIST-O -FICE REMOVED to 124}$ South Spring street. All opera tions guaranteed perfect at greatly reduced prices. Extracting and filling witnout pain. € 4 16 tf A DAMH BROS , DENTISTS, S. SPRING, i\_ bet. Secoad and Tliird. Painless filling and extracting, DOc and $1; crowns, $5: set. teeth, $6 to $10; established in L. A. city 13 yrs. 12-8 R. TOLHURST, DENTIST, N. BPRI xQ St., rooms 2, 6 aud 7. painless extracting. PHYSICIANS. residence, 131 North Spring street. Offine hours, 8 to 12,1 to 5, 6toBp. m. Telephone 433. 11-3-tf MRS. DR. WELLS-OFFICES N HKK brick block, 187 East l bird street, between Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, ner vous, rectal, steiillty and genito-urlnary dis eases; also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 to 4, 7 to 8. MRS. Dit. J. H SMITH, BPECIA TV MID wifery. Ladles tared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls piomptly attended to. Telephone 1119. m2B tf ATTORNEYS. JAY E. H UNTKIL ATTORNEY -AT - LA\V— Bryson-BoneDrake block. Telephone 528. Practice in ail the couns, stats and federal. 7-1 tf I>EN GOODRICH, LAWYER, KO. 2 J.A~~ ) building, 12S Temple street, near ro'iu house. Telephone 108. 7(i ll K. TRASkTa'ITOKNEY AT LAW, fisiT • ton block, 2l»7Keiv High street, Los An geles. 1-16 tf MEDIUMS, MRS. WAITE, TEBT MKIHUm"oF H.YN Francisco, will give sittings uu'ii Sunday at 243 South Spring street, room 1. 12 14 4t US." PAKKItrt, latlonK oii btislnu**, love, marriage dis ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take University electric ear to Forrester aveuu", go we.t tan c blocks to Vine ftreet, second bouse from corner of Vermont avenue. ARCHITECT. 132 SOUTH • Broadway. B-7 i y BURtiEBS J RKhVE, ar;:uitkct7eBTAß iiehed for the past 10 years lv I.os Angeles. Kor-ma 7 ard S (eetnud 1100-). Workman Mock, fe'priuu' st,. hciMecn -eennd and Third. 3-2 ly CTB. TITLE INSUI'.ANci'cOjK pany of LosALtelei' dorthwbst corner ef Franklin and New l.igi. atreeta. m!7tf COPYRIGHTS, ETC. HAZARD* TOW >SEKD, ROOM 9, DOWNEY block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22 tf In any amounts on ell kinds ol persons! property snd collateral security, en pianos with out removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bi cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property oi value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc, In warehouses; partial payments received, money without delay; private offices for consultation; will oall If desired. W.H. DsGROOT, Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 8. Bpring St., opiiosl c N adeau hotel. 7-39 tf OANB, 7 AND 8 t'BR CUNT. BKADSHAW BBQB.. 101 Bouth Broadway. 8-16 6m MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT; ANY amount. M. P. SNYDER, 139 South Broadway. 8-13 6m ONEY TO LOAN ON COUN'IRY AND city property: lowest rates. W R.BURKE, notary publte, 169 North Spring s .reel.B 13 6m ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JKWKL ry. watche", pianos, sealskins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS, 402 8. Hprlug. I _ X YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY, no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main St. 8-1 if LOAN. L" OANS SIA! X ON lowest rato. W. P. DAVIS, 112 - South Broadway. 11-20 lm MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK, 426 South Main street. 10 20 tf OINDr XIAK A LIST, BROKERS, 127 W, Second sc.. loan money on good security at reasonable rates. Farm loans a ipecialiy. If you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 8-11 6m ONEY TO LOAN—A. R. FRASER A X; D. Lanterman. 139 l>. Broadway. 8-17 6m PERSONAL. PERSONAL— JUST ARttiVED, MME. BlM mons, late of Denver: acknowledged by press and public the greatest clairvoyant and magnetic healer iv tho Uuited states. 23t>« South Spring. Don't iail to call. 12-19-7t GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DE ASB RN • Btreet, Chicago, 111.; 28 years' ex perl enee; secrecy; special facilities in se7eral states; Goodrloh ou divorce, with laws of all states,in press. ll v; ly ERBONAL—COFFEE,FRESH ROAsTKDON our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha, 35c lb; Mountain coffee, 2 r >c; granulated sugar, 18 lbs $1; brown, 20 lbs Sl; 6 lbs rolled outs or wncat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; 4 lbs pure buck wheat, 25u:germea, 20o; nutrlna, 20c; 3 pkgs starch 25u; can milk, 10c: 5 lb- good tea, 81; mince meat, 5c lb; 3 lb> jam. 25c; 5 lbs raisins, 25c; 4 lbs apricots. 25c; 5 lbs figs, 25c; hams, 15c; bacon, 15c; pork, 12c; coal oil and ga-o llue, 80c; brooms, 15c; wooden palls, 16c. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 South Spring street. IPERSONA1 PERSONAL —RALPHB BROS—GOLD BAR Flour, 81.15; city flour, 85c: brown sugar, 20 lbs 81: granulated sugar, 13 lbs $1; white sugar, 18 fba $1: 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans Iruii, 50e; 50 bars soap, tl; eastern gasoline, 00c, and c ul oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 16c; lurd, 10 lbs, 9" i; 5 lbs, 500. 601 South Spring Street, corner Sixth. 12-2 tf PKRSUi.a.. rV. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER, room IS Bryson-BonebTake block. Pro bate and insolvency law a specially. Advice free. 7 23 ly MEDICAL PERSONALS. LAHIKB ONLY—THE PROPHYLACTIC ? Compound Is the greatest medical discov ery of the sge. Absolutely sure aud safe. Every bottle gua.anteed. Write to tho Prophylactic t.'omponud Company, Fresno, Cal., for a de scriptive circular, which contains information that may save you years ol suffering, aud per haps your life. Circulars and the preparation can be ootalncd from all dinggists. F. W. BKADN & CO., distributing agents for South ern California. 7-16 ~jV|~ARRIKD LADIES-bHND 10 CENTS FOR J.VI ' Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine, no deception;; just what you want. LADIES' BAZAR, Kansas City Mo. 7-S 6m EXCURSIONS. HO, FOR CATALINA I THsThLOOP HAT tle sails from Terminal railway wharf, San Pedro, on arrival of the 11 o'clock train every Tuesday and Friday, weather permitting, r. turning Monday and Thursday. W. X CON DIT, Master. 12 7 lm BEAT CtNiKAi. ROUTE EXCURSIONS. i conductors: thruugn from \m Aitgeie-to 11.-sion; o.ily mix days lo York or Bo ton: lourist cars. K. E. SHEARER, man ager. C-.r.e 223 couth Brriug st., Les Angeies. 10 16 6m 0. JUD6CK A CO.'S BXCOHSIONo Sin • every Wednesday via Salt Lake Cily r::< lienvsr. Tourist ikis to Chicago and Boston- Manager lu(h'.rgc. OffiOS, .JI3 s. Sprluf: pv e-i ii IMFBOVKU EXCURSION CAE SKKVIOii the soma Ferouto, Rhor< throagh our ilu. to the esßt; dally through trains to Chicago special family tenriut slsjeplni car excurslcur for Kansas City, St. Lows. Chicago and Ken York personally attended through to Boston Santa Fe ezcnrslon conductors, For ohcapo*. tickets and lull Information apply to any egen! Southern California Ry, and City Ticket Office Sxnta Fe Route, 129 N. Spring st., Los Angela. I3HIJJ.IPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston. Office. No. 138 South Spring st. Itf ONOLULU TOURS—IIUGH B. BILK, SHi cial agent Oceanic 8 tl 00. Office: 124 W. Second st: P.O. Box 679 12-* It nOTKLS. * HEN IN" LOS ANGBLRS.ThE PLACETO VV step at Is HOTEL BSLLKVUE TERRACE, Corner Sixth aud Pearl streets. It is the only Ant-class family and tourist hotel iv the city, with large beautiful lawns, bio id suuny porches, and all large, outside sunny room*, with open grates, free baths, and tervice A 1. Rates—2s rooms. $7 per week; 2 persons, $14 40 rooms, $9 per week; 2 persons $:5. 35 rooms $10 per week; 2 tjersous, $17. 25 inorm, $12 per week; 2 peiFons. $20. Special rates to monthly or permanent t e-jtle. 11-20 3m MR*. C. W. KTEWART, Propr. OFHMAN HOTEL—AMERICAN 1-LAN; 02 outside rooms, superbly furnished; tir-t olass in every wav; I claim la unexcelled strangers invited. $1 50 lo $2. :0 per d&y. T. W. STROBRiDOE. 11-18-3 m HE MiDISON. C3l South Ma n street. New and elegant furnished family hotel. 11-24 lm LEWETT HOIJS!-.—FURNISHED entirely now, single or en sui c, bath root s connected; sui able for h- us-jkcoping. 110 Fast First Btreet. New Wilson block. 11-22 lm GOLIIKN GATE GAS KNGINSj^^ SOMEIHING NEW AND EFFECTIVE 111 gas or gasoline engiues—Anyone having troub-e with tbeir g&s engine, or contompla*. ing pmtlng up a plant o power. Will do well to cad and examine toe Golden Gate Qar., Gaso line or Natural Gas Engine snd see it and be convinced that it is by far trie mo~t perfee'ed engine in tho market todsv. «re except none. KM MARTlN,agent, 184-158 North 1.-os An gnies street. 7-24 Sai MUSICAL. B~ANJO, BY'MISS B. "m! A>TBURY; 5 AND 6 stringed taught, studio 51. Take elevator by People's store, Phillips block. 11 12 12m THE KAMMERMEYER ORCHESTRA— first-class music furnished for balls, parties, concerts, receptions and picuies. Violin, man dolin, etc., taught. Boom 21, New Willard block, South Spring Ureet. Loi Angelea, Cal. 10 14 ly "WOHKSI. rXTANTED-KVEBYONB TO IcToWTHATI V? a'a m-uufacturjng alikindhof fpring »ag ona, burgi"a and carnages at greatly ledueed piices. B'acksmithinz, painting and trim ming done promptly. Leather top buggies Irom $125 to $ 50. RICHARD MOLONY, 323 Aliso street I,os Angeles Chl. tJONTKAUTUKS ANI* KOI^BKItS.^ / tONBAD SCHEKKB, GKANPTM, BITUMIf Kj ounaud asphalt paving. 837 W. STOCKHOLDERS' NOTICE. THE REGULYR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of tho Cenliuela Ingle wood Luud company will bo h Id at the office of the company, room 1 Freeman block, on tho northwest coriicr of South Spring and sixth streets, en T> csday, the 3d day of J-nuary. 1893 at 2 o'clock p. ro., for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, aad for the transaction cf such othio business as may properly come before such meeting. 8. P REKS. Secretary Centinola Inglewood Laud Co. Los. Angeles, December 19.18:)2. Mou-Tues-Weds 12-19 2w 'Dissolution of partnership. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIV*N THAT THK partnership business in farming heretofore conducted near West Riverside, in San Bernar dlno county, California, under tho firm name of Clyman & Stslder, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. J. M. CLYMAN. A. J. BTALDER. December 2,1892. 12 0 law 4w ' aaw AMUSEMENTS. A THl,KTT«rTpiw£; Seventh and Alameda itreetf. ... CHRISTMAS DAT, MONDAY, DECEMBER2«TH, AT 2:15 p. v. FOOTBALL STANFORD UNIVIR9ITY VS. LOS ANGELES ATHLETIC CLUB. -, - ' ■' r Admission i... 50 cents LOS ANUKLKB DIME Ml SKI M. Main street, near First. McCabthy & KNirHN, Prop*. OPEN DAILY FROM 1 TO 10 P.M. SPECIAL LINE OF ATTRACTIONS I CURIOS From all parts ot the earth. ! STAGE PERFORMANCE EVERY HOUR. : Ladles and children specially invited. Gen tlemanly ushers in attendance. gmF" ADMISSION 10 CENTS. THK PALACE, Corner First and Spring streets. (Family and ladies entrance on Fir.-t st.) —THE VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS Will tender a concert evory day from 12 to 1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour): also a ! GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING • From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m. The best commcrci- 1 lunch In the city from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m. A la carte from ti p.m. to 12 m. 12 18 lm ORIGINAL VIENNA. BUFFET, Co. ner Main anl Requeut Streets. J. H. KENNED *, Bus. Manager. First appearance on the coast of the charming and glited may- ATKINSON SISTERS - vra Song and dance a: lists, Introducing clogs, Jigs reels, etc., etc. Second week and great success of the • MARIINES In their funny sketches, aid Mlsa Martins in her tlgi.t rope dance, j A. J. McNIHoE, king of comedians. Great success of MR. BERT NORRIS, the only .euor. Matinee Wednesday afternoon. 11-17 3m NEW VIENNA BUFFET. 114 and 116 Court straat. F KBRKOW, PaoraißToa. Fatally Entrance. Family Departments. . FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT EVERY EVENING. This week: fjranzi sisters, MISS PEARL IN MAN, MISS LIN A CREWS and THE BERTH FAMILY, Miss Marguerite Berth; directress. FINE COMMERCIAL 1 V Nt.'II from 11 a.a. to 2 p m., and from 5 to 7 p.m. A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUtS. The only placo for imported Bavarian beer on draught, aud Berlin Weiss beer; also Letup's Extra Pale. 4-3 tf RIDING GALLERY. Located on Upper Main street, near Ord. (Adjoining City warehouse. 1 BUNS EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING Until 9 p. m. ' Goes around 35 times for a nickel. The best Merry-Go-Round In the state. PATRICK COLLINS, 1 12-IS-l*t Proprietor. MR. R. HENRY J. KRAMER. WILL form NEW CLASSES IN DANCING. At follows: » For beginners, ladles and gent'emen, Monday evening, Dee. lO.h.at 7:30: beginners, misses and masters, Saturday morning, Dee. 17tb, at 10. New offlco and aeodemy, 139 West Fifth h reet, 12.11 14t UOXTttACTOItg. F'fiRANK ti. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR. 48 1 Wi'son l.lnek. 816 ly CHIROPODISTS. MISB C. STAFFER, PPOFESSIONAL CHl roooditt. 211 Wet-t Ftr»t street, opposite Nadeau hot' I. rooms 5 and 6. 11 23 lm Notice for Puulicatiou of Time for Proving Will, Etc. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF California, county of Los Angeles, ss. In the matter of the estate of Kate A. Smith, deceased. Notice is hereby given tbat Tuesday, the 3d day of January, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m, of sold day, ai the courtroom of this court, department two thereof, In the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, anti state of Cal fornia, has been appointed as the time and place lor hearing the application oi Ira O Smith, praying that a document now on file in thia court, purporting to be the last will and testament of the said de ceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters of administration win the will annexed be issued thereon to the said Ira O. S.. Ith, at which time and place all persons in terested therein may appear and contest tha same. Dated December 19,1892. T. U. WARD, County Clerk. By W, L. Wabrkn, Deputy. W, P. Gardiner, attorneys for estate, 12-20 lot STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of the Redondo Hotel company will be held at the company's general offices In taecity of Redondo Beach, Los An* eeles county, California, on Monday, the 9th day of January, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m , for the purpose of electing a board of ol rectors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business aB may properly come be fore audi meeting. 8. P. REES. Soerelsiy Redondo Beach Hotel company. U.dundo Beach, Ca!.. December 13,1898.: is iB-iat STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of the Redondo Railway company will be held at the company's general offices in the city of Redondo Beach, Los An geles county, California, on Monday, the 9th day of January, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purposejof eiec lug a noard of directors for the ensuiut i year ami for the transaction of btieh other business ob may properly come be fore such meeting. B P. REBS, Secretary Redondo Railway Company, Redondo Beach, Cal., December 13th, 1892. 12 18 12t STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. OFFICE OF THE FAN GABRIEL MINING Company, Lus Angeles, California, Novem bei 9, 1b92. Notico is h reby given that in Fccord&noe with the by-lawa of the San Gabriel Mining Company, Article 9. Stc. 3. a meetlug of the* stockholders is heieby celled to oe hel at the office of said rcmpany, in the Phillip* block, corner Franklin and Spring streets. Room No. 90, on Monday, December 20,1892 The ob ject of said meeting is to elect a board o cirectors snd all other business. By order of the bcurd of directors. JAMES F. BUBN3, 12-9 lit President.